We're not out of the woods just yet.
While many Canadians have struggled through a heat wave or two so far this summer, it looks like we're not quite in the clear.
Environment Canada has issued heat warnings for parts of Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba on Monday, July 26. The warnings are all in place for the more southern parts of the prairie provinces.
The included regions can expect afternoon highs in the low to mid-30s. The heat is predicted to last until around Friday. While some more moderate temperatures might come through on Wednesday, the heat is expected to climb back up by the end of the week.
"Heat warnings are issued when very high-temperature conditions are expected to pose an elevated risk of heat illnesses, such as heat stroke or heat exhaustion," says the warning.
People are being advised to re-schedule outdoor activities, take lots of breaks from the heat, drink a bunch of water, and monitor for heatstroke symptoms.
Over in Quebec, a huge portion of the province is under smog warnings.